Awarded every two years, the prize recognises and commends excellence in European architecture in conceptual, social, cultural, technical and constructive terms.
Last year furniture exports reached 10.95 billion EURO, boosting Poland from 4th to 3rd place in the ranking of leading global furniture exporters.
A 25,000-year-old fragment from a flint arrowhead discovered in the remains of a mammoth bone, reveals for the first time how cavemen killed the Prehistoric beasts during the Ice Age.
Exploring Lublin’s rich cultural and architectural heritage, the book combines old black and white photographs with explanations in both Polish and English to guide the reader.
Marek Musiał, who repairs broken pianos for a living, trains for 3-6 hours a day and has already taken part in three Ironman World Championships.
Such was Wyspiański’s importance to Polish culture that he is frequently compared to that of Ireland’s W. B. Yeats, America’s Eugene O'Neill and Belgium’s Maurice Maeterlinck.
Despite passing away 15 years ago today, Niemen’s music remains as powerful and resonant as ever.
TFN’s Juliette Bretan explores a veritable treasure trove of pre-war architectural styles and fashions, with buildings completed by miniscule figurines and period cars.
On the 78th birthday of one of Poland’s most important female singers, TFN’s Jacek Borowski looks back at the career of Ewa Demarczyk and asks ‘Why did she disappear’?
In her book, Teoria Wyzwolenia (Theory of Liberation), Anna Straszyńska maps out in detail all the key addresses in Praga where the NKVD set up its interrogation and arrest centres, where prisoners were executed and even where the perpetrators lived.
Following the news that Gdańsk mayor Paweł Adamowicz had died after been attacked by a schizophrenic with a knife during the closing stages of a fundraising event for children, people took to the streets to pay their respects.